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What Sentence Does Convicted Hacker Deserve? Vote, See 'Exit Polls'

Click here to vote on what sentence you feel convicted hacker Joseph Patrick Nolan deserves for hacking into and wiping out his ex-employer's payroll and personnel files. As of 12:30 EDT, here's where things stood: 32% of you feel he deserves the maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and $250,000 fine; 32% say 1 year in prison and

Click here to vote on what sentence you feel convicted hacker Joseph Patrick Nolan deserves for hacking into and wiping out his ex-employer's payroll and personnel files. As of 12:30 EDT, here's where things stood: 32% of you feel he deserves the maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and $250,000 fine; 32% say 1 year in prison and $50,000 fine; 27% say 1,000 hours of community service; and 9% say no sentence at all -- he's a victim. Vote!

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